Where do you go to buy your import games?

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  1. flywheels

    flywheels Decepticon Assault Team Veteran

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    I shop @ RisingStuff.com's store. Hands down the best place to go for import games for all systems. Great selection, prices, shipping fees and customer service. If you are an import collector/gamer, then do yourself a favor and check these guys out!

    In the past I've purchased several PC Engine and Wonderswan games and I couldn't be happier. Why even bother w/ eBay?
     
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    seven RIP Poopers 4-1993/5-2008

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    Back in the Saturn/PSone/N64 era there was a local import shop I used or NCSX. I haven't imported any thing in years other than a Dual Shock 3 which I got from Play-Asia.com.
     
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    In Seattle there is a gaming store called Pink Godzilla. They have a goodly amount of import games for older systems. I would suggest them. I do believe they have a website as well.
     
  4. flywheels

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    I wish we had a store like that locally. Closest thing we have is called Play-N-Trade. Occasionally they get people trading in imports, but nothing spectacular. If you run across this Pink Godzilla's website please post the link so I can check 'em out.
     
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